Study: Reimbursement delays and low fees result in doctors turning Medicaid patients away

A new study shows that low fees are not the only thing discouraging physicians from accepting Medicaid patients. The study, performed by the Center for Studying Health System Change (HSC), showed that many times reimbursement delays turn doctors away from Medicaid as much as low fees. Article

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